Mutant Bunny Island by Obert SkyeMutant Bunny Island by Obert Skye

Mutant Bunny Island

byObert SkyeIllustratorEduardo Vieira

Hardcover | November 7, 2017

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Obert Skye, author of the bestselling Leven Thumps series, delivers a delightful mixture of offbeat mystery and laugh-out-loud humor in this thoroughly inventive adventure complete with comic-style illustrations, the first in a trilogy.

Ten-year-old Perry Owens has learned everything he needs to know from comic books. So when Perry receives a troubling message from his favorite uncle, Zeke, he knows exactly what’s wrong. Obviously, evil newts wearing trench coats must have kidnapped Zeke. Now they’re holding him hostage somewhere on Bunny Island, the remote vacation destination that Zeke calls home.

On his own, Perry travels to Bunny Island, where dozens of bunnies are running wild. One in particular doesn’t seem quite right. A creature this cute shouldn’t exist in nature. Are there truly evil newts on the loose, or something much stranger...and more disturbingly adorable?

Obert Skye has been lost on many occasions and found in a fair amount of sticky situations. He is the author of the bestselling Leven Thumps series, the Creature from My Closet series, and the Witherwood Reform School series. As far as he knows, he has never been attacked by either bunnies or newts. There is still time, however. He liv...
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Title:Mutant Bunny IslandFormat:HardcoverDimensions:224 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.81 inPublished:November 7, 2017Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0062399128

ISBN - 13:9780062399120

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“Skye douses his surreal caper with nautical one-liners (“It’s always darkest before the prawn”), and Vieira adds graphic depictions of Admiral Uli’s battles with slimy foes between select chapters. [...] Ink-credible!”